Jeannette Boucher, a young French beauty from a family left penniless by the revolution, must marry against her will to save them all from ruin. But almost immediately after the vows are spoken, she learns that her old English husband is impotent - and in his desire for an heir, he plans to compromise her in the worst way. Determined to escape such a fate, she stows away on one of His Majesty’s frigates. But a woman alone is in constant danger.
To Lieutenant Treynor, honor means everything…. Born a bastard to a wayward marquise, Lieutenant Crawford Treynor was given to a poor farmer to raise and was maltreated until he ran away to join the Royal Navy. Treynor is determined to prove he’s as good as any other man and rise to captain his own frigate. But once he finds Jeannette aboard The Tempest he must decide whether to return her to the man he knows would abuse her - or risk everything, even his life, to keep her safe.
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Another good story ruined by a bad narrator
A good story ruined by the narrator
I like the story. The narrator's voice ruined the character of the hero, Trainer.
Again the story was the most interesting aspect of the book. The sometimes sing song cadence of the narrator was pretty irritating.
Almost all the male voices sounded like the main villains voice.
Yes, the story was worth the time, not so the listening. One would be better off reading the book.
Sarah Coomes has been added to my list of narrators not to listen to.